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Is Nephrotic Syndrome 100 Curable

Is Nephrotic Syndrome 100 CurablePeople with Nephrotic Syndrome usually get in remission with certain treatment. But infection or cold can call it back again. Is Nephrotic Syndrome 100 curable? In this article, we will have a brief introduction.

Now let’s see why Nephrotic Syndrome relapses frequently first.

As we all know, Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of kidney disorder, but you may do not know that it is associated with poor immune system, which is not strong enough to prevent the foreign invaders. Our body will produce a lot of antibodies to fight against these invaders. During this course, massive immune complexes are produced and come into the kidneys with blood circulation. Some of them may deposit in the kidneys, leading to kidney inflammation, which over time can cause kidney damage. Though steroids and some other immunosuppressants can inhibit the kidney inflammation, they can not remove the immune complexes. Besides, they decrease your immune system if used for long-term, which exposes you to various disease like cold and infection. And then more immune complexes will be produced, triggering kidney inflammation again. That is why Nephrotic Syndrome relapse frequently.

How to treat Nephrotic Syndrome?

If you want to control Nephrotic Syndrome, you should not only inhibit kidney inflammation but also remove the immune complexes from the kidneys. Systemic treatment may be helpful. It includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture and medicated soup. They can draw out toxins from the blood. They can also dilate blood vessels, remove stasis and lower cholesterol level to increase the blood flow into the kidneys. And then immune complexes can be taken away from the kidneys. 7 days later, you will find there is floccule in urine, which means they are discharged from your body. Besides, they can stop kidney fibrosis, preventing your disease worsening.

Now I can give you the answer to the question. If there is no kidney function impairment, it is possible for you to cure Nephrotic Syndrome 100%. But if there is, there is less possibility for you to cure Nephrotic Syndrome. In addition, the earlier you receive treatment, the more possibility for it to be cured.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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